Place Your Order For The 2020 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition Starting Today

The Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition has made a comeback for the 2020MY. Unlike the previous batch, which was limited to 80 units, production will now be capped at approximately 150 cars, and deliveries will start next spring.

Ford’s premium car brand has already opened the order books for the limited edition model, which starts at $115,470, without destination and delivery charges, $40,000 more than the Continental Black Label on which it is based.

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Unlike the regular Black Label though, the Continental Coach Door is 6 inches (152 mm) longer between the two axles, a move that has opened up more space for rear passengers. Ingress and egress at the back is enhanced courtesy of the longer rear-hinged doors, a signature feature of a car that also packs a lot of amenities, including active noise control, a premium sound system and wireless phone charging.

Dividing the rear seats is a full-length center console that features a table, tablet/laptop holders, controls for the climate and audio system, 110V power outlet and two USB ports. The illuminated door sills and Lincoln-branded umbrellas in the doors round up the special feel of the car.

Customers can choose between three exterior colors, the Chroma Crystal Blue, Pristine White Metallic and Infinite Black. For the interior, they have to settle for the Alpine / Chalet or Jet Black / Thoroughbred, although the latter is not available with the blue shade.

As for power, that comes from the 3.0-liter, twin-turbo V6 engine that produces 400 hp (406 PS / 298 kW) and 400 lb-ft (542 Nm) of torque.

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  • Jay

    It’s 40k more? I thought it only had a 20k premium.. its a great looking car but that’s a huge premium price tag for an extra 6 inches and coach doors..

    • Stephen G

      It is allot of money but what does a Cadillac XTS-L cost?

      • Jay

        You could pick up a used one for around 40k new should be no more than 55k ?.

        • Stephen G

          No…MSRP on an XTS Premium is 55K the -L has gotta be a 30 to 40 more.

  • charlotteharry57

    OF COURSE Ford would go ahead and offer this again. It’s WAY, WAY, WAY overpriced. You might get tired of me saying this today. (Where’s the story about the new RAV4 TRD?).

  • performante

    $115K for a FWD bias boat. lmaooo

    • pcurve

      and I doubt they’ll make any money. Even if they sell all 150, it’s just extra $6mil in revenue. But then if you take away the tooling and mfring cost for this one-off, it’s a money losing proposition. It’s just a PR stunt.

    • TED Schmitt

      I will guarantee that the eager buyers don’t give one hoot which wheels are doing the driving.

  • TheBelltower

    $115k for a car that looks identical to a $70k car? Nope. It’d be a fun gimmick, but not really a feature worth paying extra for. Though it would probably enhance the appeal of the entire lineup if they offered suicide doors on all Continentals standard. They are clearly trying to recapture some of the enthusiasm of the 1960s Continental. But the interior and exterior design of this is not stately enough to pull it off. Regardless of where door hinges are welded.

  • Ben

    I like what Lincoln is doing and I was pleased to see they took a nod at their heritage with the rear hinged doors. However, asking $115k($40k more than the next trim) is ridiculous. I can speculate they’re using this as a litmus test for two purposes: How much do people really want rear hinged doors and how much can we charge for the next Continental? I’ll give Ford/Lincoln the benefit of the doubt and say the new Continental will be nearly everything we expect sans the big V8. If they went through the effort of turning the Explorer into a RWD platform, I feel almost certain the next Continental will be too. I expect these vehicles to be eaten up by the Chinese specifically.

    • TheBelltower

      I wonder if there’s a reason they limited it to 150 cars. With such a low volume, do they get around some sort of certification or crash testing? Seems that they would produce more and lower the cost.

      • Ben

        I don’t think its crash testing, because I really do believe they’re going to use another platform that is RWD. If they can make the Explorer RWD, then there is no excuse for the Continental. People are saying its a cash grab, but making only 150 cars isn’t worth it to an automaker like Ford.

  • ksegg

    For $115K, this would need more than just suicide doors; I think they would’ve needed a “Zagato” approach and actually make this more unique than going with a normal Conti with different doors.

    • Bonzomatic

      I thought the same thing. They reversed a couple of doors and doubled the price of a regular one?

      • AND TOOK AWAY SOME COLOR CHOICES.

  • Toronado_II

    Ridiculous !
    Instead of a tailgate party, it’s gonna be a open suicide door party….. to show off !
    Because the only reason to buy it is to try to be special…

    • TED Schmitt

      So, they’re just like Tesla buyers.

  • Harry_Wild

    A budget RR Phantom?

    • Merc1

      Not even remotely close.

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  • db

    Methinks this car won’t be around much longer and is going out with a “bang”.

    • benT

      who’s the bangee?

  • Enter Ranting

    This is a beautiful car with a high-quality interior, but $115,000 is too much to ask. I’ll wait for the gull wing version.

  • TED Schmitt

    The first run of 80 cars sold out in short order, so there are apparently more buyers than cars.

  • THEY CHARGE A PREMIUM AND GIVE YOU ONLY THREE PAINT AND TWO INTERIOR COLORS.

  • Nordschleife

    Could you imagine Lincoln doing this to an Aviator or the Navigator? That would be worthy of the premium.

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